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Sector Commercial
End-use Other
Project Number ET 08.01
2008 - 2008
SCE
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Project SummaryOffice of the Future looks across a spectrum of technologies and energy factors including thermal comfort, lighting systems, building envelope, plug loads and overlays economic and human factors analysis on traditional engineering and product improvement efforts. The resulting models...
Sector Commercial, Public
End-use Lighting
Project Number PGE 0805
2008 - 2008
PG&E
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Project SummaryThe purpose of this Outdoor Lighting Symposium was to bring together researchers and stakeholders to identify and address key issues in efficient outdoor lighting, particularly in the arena of outdated lighting standards. One of the key goals was to begin the process of generating...
Sector Commercial
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET07SCE1080
2007 - 2010
SCE
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This project is aimed at evaluating Bi-level Hybrid Fluorescent LED Lighting for Stairwells and Covered Parking as an energy efficiency measure. The project will field test fixtures to determine the potential for energy...
Sector Residential
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET07SCE1120
2007 - 2008
SCE
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The objective of the lab evaluation project is to assess the incremental energy savings and demand reductions of using LED SDLs over incandescent and fluorescent PAR30 floodlight lamps. Screw-in Directional lighting, or Screw-In Directional Lamps (SDL), refer to lamps with halogen, fluorescent, or...
Sector Residential
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET07SCE1150
2007 - 2009
SCE
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This project assesses the energy and demand savings potential of LED technology in residential downlighting applications through lab evaluations and field monitoring of actual kitchen usage...
Sector Residential
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET07SCE1030
2007 - 2009
SCE
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The objective of this study was to assess the status of the light-emitting diode (LED) under-cabinet lighting and measure incremental energy and demand savings over their T8 linear fluorescent and incandescent counterparts. Photometric and power tests will be conducted in the Southern California...
Sector Commercial
End-use HVAC
Project Number ET07SCE1170
2007 - 2012
SCE
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Evaluate the performance of standard and high efficiency A/C units at hot and dry conditions. The assessment involved testing pairs of 3-ton split and 5-ton RTUs. Each pair consisted of standard and high efficiency...
Sector Residential
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET07SCE1140
2007 - 2008
SCE
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The MR16 is a standard format for halogen light sources. The term MR16 stands for ‘multifaceted reflector’ and 16 eights of an inch diameter. The mirror reflector in the MR16 allows the light to be directed from the small halogen filament in a highly focused beam with little spill light. MR16 lamps...
Sector Commercial
End-use Lighting
Project Number ET 07.04
2007 - 2007
SCE
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This report examines the potential for induction lighting use on four specific sites with applications suited to pedestrian level and low-mast lighting. The four sites and specific applications examined through use of AGI-32 computer modeling are: Suburban retail strip mall with lantern style post...
Sector Industrial
End-use HVAC
Project Number ET 07.19
2007 - 2008
SCE
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A test was conducted by SCE in cooperation with Searles Valley Minerals, a raw materials mining and production company, at their Trona, California, plant. Facility operations involve use of a number of large 480 V and 4160 V motor and pump systems. For test purposes, Searles provided SCE access...
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